We are finding this park pleasant, very green with trees, full hookups, internet in sites. It is fairly quiet. We are in a back row which is a pull through, very easy to park with long sites for a tow car. There is a train track somewhere close behind us, but we only heard the train horn once during the day and once during the night. Not enough to be bothersome. Our stay will be for 3 days and we would probably come back if in this area again.
We have not stayed at this park for a few years but are glad we came back. We stayed for three days, visiting the Monterey Coast area, and a great Mexican restaurant called Cilantro’s, in Watsonville. We enjoy the grassy sites instead of pavement that so many parks have. We were allowed to choose our site according to openings. When the park isn’t full the host tries to leave openings between RV’s. The host was very helpful along with her assistant. The lake provides fishing and boating, with a playground nearby. There are ducks to feed, they stayed right at the water's edge. There were joggers and walkers in sight each day. It is pretty quiet during the week, with a few children’s ball games in the adjoining park. Weekend would be busier with more locals. There is a gate (key given upon registration) that is locked at 7 P.M. when the non-campers’ exit, leaving the RV section secured and private. Internet is available, cable with 80 channel choices, full hookups, no campfires, (appears to be a trend in many more private parks now) and no showers, although we didn’t need them as we use our own rig for that. The rules seem to be few but one regarding dogs was fine with us, nothing worse than listening to a barking dog locked up in an RV. Another reviewer stated they were given a chart where to put chairs, perhaps they were being funny, we certainly never saw that. In finishing, the park is green, inexpensive, comfortable and we had a nice stay and will definitely be back again for a great restful stay.